Saudi Crown Prince Announces New Project in Neom City

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Amidst talk of scaling back ambitions, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has announced a new development project in Neom City...

Jaumur, a community for 6,000 ultra-wealthy residents, will offer a marina for superyachts, luxury accommodations, a deep-sea research center, and even a boarding school. The Aqaba Gulf in Saudi Arabia is becoming increasingly dense over time as Prince MBS's $1.5 trillion Neom City continually sprouts new projects almost on a monthly basis. The latest addition, like the discreet private membership club Xaynor, the wellness retreat Elanan, and the Blade Runner-style golf resort Gidori, is Jaumur, the largest cosmopolitan luxury community.

Whether by land or sea, Jaumur brings the best of both worlds with an exclusive residential community planned around a marina that will host more than 6,000 residents. It is a destination for superyacht owners and the wealthiest among us, making the ideal topography of the Aqaba Gulf coast a suitable location.

Jaumur will include 500 marina apartments, 700 luxury villas with water access and private docks. The project will also encompass two luxury hotels with 350 rooms and suites, enabling life not just within but also around your superyacht.

A unique feature of Jaumur is certainly the marina equipped with a massive 1.5-kilometer-long aerofoil, which provides protection to yacht owners and serves as a refuge for residents and guests of the marina. Besides becoming home to some of the world’s largest superyachts, the marina will be enlivened with various attractions, entertainment, and cultural events such as art performances and shows, creating a vibrant atmosphere with world-renowned dining options.

Jaumur will include a state-of-the-art deep-sea research center and a world-class boarding school where students will receive top-notch education from a diverse group of international experts and innovators.

The announcement of Jaumur comes as a surprise, especially when Neom has been shrouded in news of cutbacks. It seems that the reductions only pertain to the OTT project The Line, while projects like Jaumur or those mentioned seem like an easier task.

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